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Kootenai Magick

Back in the forest where I belong

Welcomed by
Trees and Mushrooms
Fairies and fauns
Sacred plant sprites
Cottonwood, Burdock
Rose hip, Cedar
Fractals surround… 9 more words


The Rockwall, Kootenay National Park

The famous Rockwall trail, Kootenay National Park’s most popular backcountry destination, and reputedly one of the best multi-day hikes in the Rockies, is famous for a reason. 1,261 more words

Trip Reports

Rockwall Trail: A Rookie's Guide

This past week I finally was able to get back to adventuring. My first task? Hiking the Rockwall Trail in Kootenay National Park. It’s an incredibly popular route in the Rockies and one which requires relatively great physical fitness. 1,194 more words


Kootenay time

They call it Kootenay time. When you just go with the flow, there’s no rush and you’ll most likely be late.

Powder Creek
I love morning chills in Nelson, however we did start our day a little late and got a bit attached to our crocheting. 1,043 more words


Lake Louise & More

Leaving early in the morning, we settled in for a 2 1/2 hour car ride towards Lake Louise and Banff in Alberta. But first things first…a stop at Kicking Horse Coffee House in Invermere for some of the most delicious coffee I’ve ever had! 585 more words

British Columbia

20150808: Rockwall 56k (Kootenays)

Since J and I didn’t finish the entire Rockwall trail last year, having cut out at Numa Falls for 44k, I had a strong desire to come back and do it again, in the same direction, from Marble Canyon to Floe Lake. 353 more words


Hiking The Gimli Ridge Trail

Today, I ascended the Gimli Ridge Trail with three others; two family friends Tim and Gary, and my grade school teacher Phil. We left early and spent an hour ascending a logging road in Tim’s 4×4. 670 more words